High Risk



What are You?

Liability = “A person or thing whose presence or behavior is likely to cause embarrassment or put one at a disadvantage.”

Asset = “A useful or valuable thing, person, or quality.”

As an asset you are HARD TO KILL and DANGEROUS to your opposition. In this world we depend on our body for EVERYTHING. It acts as our VEHICLE, WEAPON, and SHIELD. More importantly though, our body acts as a LIFE SAVING FORCE for those who depend on us most. This path is all about making you the most balanced athlete you can be so that no matter what the task ahead is, you are PREPARED to CONQUER it. Those who work in a high risk environment face many unique challenges and cannot afford to let their fitness be their limiting factor because it is then that the stakes are highest and the consequence of being unfit will likely cost you or someone else life or limb. Don’t be that guy (or girl). 

Why We Train

Areas Of Focus:

  • Power/Power Endurance
    • Lifting a Sub-maximal load at maximal velocity
      • Training example – Power cleans, Medicine ball throws, Sledgehammer work, and Jumping
      • Personal application – Sledge hammer or battering ram to a door; Hoisting an injured loved one or teammate into a fireman’s carry
  • Strength/Strength Endurance (Maximal/Sub-Maximal)
    • (Submaximal) Lifting a load smaller than Maximal effort for a repeated number of repetitions. 
    • (Maximal) Lifting a Maximal load
      • Training example – Maximum 1rm squat, deadlift, press.
      • Personal application – Holding a dangling loved one by the hand; Dragging a loved one or teammate to safety.
  • Endurance/Work Capacity 
    • Aerobic Endurance 
      • Training example – Running, Cycling, Rowing or a circuit of continuous work or repeated work. 
      • Personal application – Getting downed teammates off “the x” and to a safe triage location; Long hikes and patrols. 
  • Muscular Development 
    • Hypertrophy = Muscular development.
      • Training example – 20 reps to failure.
      • Personal application – Intimidation/Look good naked
  • Speed
    • Fast in one direction
      • Training example – Sprints  
      • Personal application – Running up a flight of stairs; Chasing down a target.
  • Quickness/Agility
    • Fast in multiple directions
      • Training example – Speed ladder drills; Hurdles; Plyometrics
      • Personal application – Moving from cover to cover; Running through crowds.
  • Stability
    • Midline stability refers to stabilization of the spine
      • Training example – Hanging leg raises; Farmer carries.
      • Personal application – Acting as a human ladder for a teammate or loved one; Moving heavy equipment overhead or carrying a littered patient.

the program:

  • General Preparedness Program (Not specific to any selection or training course; branch, unit, or team)
  • 7 days a week
  • 4 Training sessions
  • 2 Recovery sessions
  • 1 Regeneration sessions
  • 1 training session per day
  • 30-60 minute training sessions
  • Delivered by digital app

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